School of the Holy Childhood - All Children Learn


School of the Holy Childhood

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Profiles of Students Served

AutismMental HealthADHDLearning DisabilityBehaviorSpeech and Language ImpairmentsOrthopedic ImpairmentsHearing ImpairedDown Syndrome

Methodologies Used


Address: 100 Groton Parkway, Rochester, NY, USA

Class Information

Grades: Non-Graded

Total Enrollment: 120 Students

Gender: Co-Ed

Residential / Boarding School: No

Day School: Yes

Student to Teacher Ratio: 8:1

State Approved: Yes

Religious Affiliation: No Affiliation

Interaction with Non-Disabled Peers: No

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21

IQ: 0-20, 21-35, 36-49, 50-69, 70-80, 81-90, 91+

Enrollment Openings

Grade: Non-graded

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21

School Bio

Holy Childhood offers comprehensive and therapeutic services to 120 students, ages 5-21 in the School Program. Students are transported from 46 different school districts in Monroe and outlying counties. Full-day special education instruction is based on each student's Individual Education Plan (IEP). Instruction includes emphasis on literacy, math, science, social, activities of daily living, Work-Based Learning, music, art, adaptive physical education and transition training. Referrals are made by school district officials (CSE), parents, medical professionals and other community/school agencies. Students must go through an Intake Process which consists of a tour, application, review of records and observations. Initial referrals should be made directly to the School Program Director, who works directly with an Intake Committee. The School Program works directly with the Helen H. Heller Clinic, which provides and/or contracts for the related service needs of the students. Classrooms consist of one teacher, a teaching assistant and two teacher aides for eight students. In addition to academics, the curriculum addresses cognitive and language skills, fine motor skills, social/behavioral skills and self-help skills. Individual students may also have one-on-one aides. The program focuses on teaching students the skills they will need in order to transition from school to adulthood, helping them to prepare for college, work or other programs. Students attend vocational classes within the agency and are able to "intern" at jobs within the agency and out in the community with the assistance of a job coach. Individual schedules are developed based on the needs and interests of each student.


Yearly Tuition: 35,757

Application Deadline: N/A

Application Fee: $0

Openings Now: Yes

Accepting Applications: Yes

Interview Required: Yes

Additional Info

Honors Program: No

High School Diploma: Yes

Interaction with Non-LD Peers: No

Extra-Curricular / After School Program: Yes

Substance Abuse Program: No

Sensory Gym: No

Music: Yes

Arts: Yes

Theater: No

Student Bus Service: Yes


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